Bing is not Google, but it is a spin engine.
Jun 03, 2009, 12:31 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christian Einfeldt)
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"The important thing here is not whether Bill Gates does, in
fact, steal, and I am not here to make ad hominem attacks on the
world's richest man. The point is how Microsoft deals with
criticism. With spin. As opposed to Google, which just repeats much
of the criticism of it.
"For example, the first phrase, Linux, when typed into Bing,
yielded phrase-completion suggestions linked to comparisons of
Linux and Microsoft products. By contrast, the same phrase when
typed into google leads to information that a GNU-Linux user would
actually want, such as information on different Linux distros."
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